Weekly photo challenge: Alphabet fun



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Having fun with letters of the alphabet and a light box!

This week’s photo challenge is all about the Alphabet and I’ve gone for a very literal take on the theme, which is most unlike me.

This week, let the alphabet be your inspiration: find a string of letters…..

I found my daughter’s light box this morning, still with the last message on it from the wedding 2 months ago when our eldest daughter left us a farewell message that said “miss and love you both”, which we didn’t find until we’d returned home from dropping her at the airport – cue more tears!

I started playing with the letters to see what sort of pithy, succinct message I could create. Due to the lack of multiple letters I’ve had to be very creative to come up with something that was remotely relevant (and unfortunately not very pithy or succinct).

I must admit I had lots of suggestions from my family – but in the end I went with a (not so) subtle plug for my blog!

Enjoy your weekend!

Deb 🙂

 

 

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15 comments

  1. Very creative Deb. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Love it. Super cute. And what I nice message to come home to, I would have cried too.

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  3. How’s it feel to have your name in lights?

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  4. Well done, this is a tough challenge, I am still scratching my head!

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  5. Great idea and your name in lights 🙂

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